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Improvisation and the Modern Musician

In my time as a violinist I have spent time immersed in many different genres of music. ...
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Traditional Scottish Fiddling

Traditional Scottish Fiddling compiled by Christine Martin and published by Taigh na Teud is a...

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  • Improvisation and the Modern Musician

    Jazz/ Electric Violin Teacher (Gloucester) Picture In my time as a violinist I have spent time immersed in many different genres of music. Initially, I was a classical purest who played folk songs on the weekends, then I spent time with jazz musicians picking up bits and bobs of musical phrasing here and there, and finally started gigging and...
  • Traditional Scottish Fiddling

    Jazz/ Electric Violin Teacher (Glasgow) Picture Traditional Scottish Fiddling compiled by Christine Martin and published by Taigh na Teud is a must for the intermediate plus player. As it states on the cover it is A Players Guide - encompassing music from the West coast, East coast, Shetland, Orkney and the borders of Scotland. As well as...

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    An electric violin is a violin equipped with an electronic output of its sound. The term most properly refers to an instrument intentionally made to be
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    Jazz violin is the use of the violin or electric violin to improvise solo lines. The earliest references to jazz performance using the violin as a solo
  • Violin

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  • Jazz band

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  • Jazz guitar

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  • Five string violin

    and E strings of a standard violin, a five string violin typically includes a C string. (Six and seven string electric violins also exist, adding lower strings
  • List of jazz violinists

    This is a list of jazz violinists who have become notable. Jazz violin is the use of the violin or electric violin to improvise solo lines. The earliest
  • Violin musical styles

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  • Electric Guitarist

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  • Jazz fusion

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